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Where can I buy julep cups for mint juleps (not online)?

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t.susannah.chen Apr 17, 2010 11:04 PM

I'm not particularly picky, just looking for something that's not exorbitantly priced. Anyone seen them anywhere? Thanks...

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    t.susannah.chen Apr 20, 2010 02:09 PM

    Super helpful, thanks all!

    1. chefj Apr 19, 2010 05:48 PM

      Tiffany's in Union Square if your feeling flush.

      1. Cynsa Apr 18, 2010 06:33 PM

        how many do you need?

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          t.susannah.chen Apr 19, 2010 11:34 AM

          I'd be happy with just one or two...

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            wolfe Apr 19, 2010 12:53 PM

            Now let's deal with what you consider exorbitant.
            http://www.potterybarn.com/products/s...

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            Cynsa Apr 19, 2010 05:04 PM

            these are both wholesale (do you know anyone with a resale badge?) but if you call, ask if they will sell retail (it's probably a 40% mark-up) - also ask if they are open to the Public (after 10 am, weekdays)
            Entrance to parking is on 6th Street near Brannan Street - but before 10 am you will need a Flower Market badge -

            Floral Supply Syndicate
            415.442.0386
            670 Brannan Street
            or
            Shibata Floral Company
            415.543.9880 or 495.8611
            620 Brannan Street
            San Francisco

            retail will probably be in the $13 range per item, depending on size
            pix #1 is at Shibata
            pix #2 is at Floral Supply

             
             
          3. cosmogrrl Apr 18, 2010 02:19 PM

            I've seen them at Pottery Barn, but they make them look like they're for holding flowers or other items.

            You may want to try Economy Restaurant Fixtures, who are having a sale this weekend, but if you did find them you may have to buy them by the case (about 12 per but it varies). But this will fairly cheap. I recently bought a bunch of glassware here for a large party because it's cheaper than renting.

            Also try Cookin' on Divis and the junk/antique shop next to it. I found some very nice cocktail glasses there recently. I see julep cups all the time in junk shops but usually as singles and marketed as a baby cup.

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            Economy Restaurant Fixtures
            1200 7th St, San Francisco, CA

            Cookin'
            339 Divisadero St, San Francisco, CA

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              t.susannah.chen Apr 18, 2010 01:57 PM

              I should be more specific -- I mean in San Francisco. Thanks!

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